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Poster: KiwisByMirror Date: Apr 22, 2017 1:40pm
Forum: movies Subject: Granpa(1989)

This film never had a DVD release and the uploads I have seen online are very faded/deteriorated.

I have my own VHS rip that surpasses these in picture and audio quality and I have copied to DVD and made an ISO and I have some screenshots here so you can see for yourself.
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I thought it would be good to send this to be archived but I am just checking if it would be ok to do this here.

I want to check if it would it be acceptable to upload this and if copyright issues are there can I arrange for this to be stored until copyright expires etc.

Interesting style to this animation and i think it would be a shame to lose this film.

I have an ISO about a gigabyte in size for the DVD (LongPlay) rip
I accidentally copied it to the DVD as LP from an SP video and I plan to redo this soon once I have bought some new blank DVDs but for now the aspect ratio must be set to 5:4

I plan to do one in a better recording mode soon since the picture will scaled up rather than being smaller than the original it might be better to convert this rip directly to a video file instead of a raw iso since the file size will be bigger and there is much less risk of losing picture quality (From a HQ or SP) rip

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Poster: KiwisByMirror Date: Apr 27, 2017 11:48am
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Granpa(1989)

This movie is out of print Produced by a defunct company and its director and producer are nolonger among the living.
there are even a few films from this studio(TVC) i cant even find screenshots for so i think its reasonable to assume this film may not be available in any official capacity within the foreseeable future
For this reason i think it should be backed up here and will be doing this soon.

Ok so 3 main files Plus an advert for the film and thumbnails

LP Rip (Aprox 1gb.iso)
HQ Rip (Aprox 2gb.iso)
Video file Full movie trailers from VHS removed (0.1gb) for preview into the web page

the 2 DVD rips(from Video Cassette) had slight subtle defects such as static bars or shaking picture but these are barely noticeable and occurred at different times so there may be a benefit to having both if somebody wants to Remaster this.
but i may upload the larger .iso at a later date than the rest because it does take a long time to upload these files

Had a few hurdles converting it to a video file as it was either getting out of sync audio or blurred picture so i dad to load 2 rips(HQ DVD) into a video editor and needed to get a good balance between reasonable file size and picture quality.

Only made this so it can be previewed on the site without having to download the ISOs

I'm going to upload this later on in the week but just giving advanced notice in case there is a problem
a JPEG showing picture quality comparison from all 3 files is included with this post

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